Alex Soros Urges Anti-Trump Coalition To Call Trump ‘Convicted Felon’ Often

Did you hear about the Soros heir who wanted to brand Trump as a convicted felon? I guess he figured if he repeated it enough, people might forget about all the convicted felons his dad helped release back into society!

Alex Soros, the son of notorious left-wing megadonor George Soros, has a message for Democrats: refer to Donald Trump as a “convicted felon” as often as possible. In a tweet following Trump’s guilty verdict in a New York criminal trial, the younger Soros wrote, “Democrats should refer to Trump as a convicted felon at every opportunity. Repetition is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the country!”

Soros’ advice was met with a mix of support and criticism. Conservative commentator Jesse Kelly acknowledged the power of language and repetition, noting that “half the Right now calls illegals ‘migrants.’ Language matters. The communists understand that. We do not.”

However, others found Soros’ message less than convincing. Christina Pushaw, a former spokesperson for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, tweeted, “Given how much money your father George Soros has spent to ensure that thousands of violent**convicted felons are released into our communities under the banner of ‘criminal justice reform’, I do not find this message very convincing from you.”

Actor James Woods also weighed in, calling the trial a “Stalinist show trial” and suggesting that Soros’ tweet explained the purpose behind it.

Alex Soros, who chairs the board of directors of the Open Society Foundations founded by his father, has been described as potentially “even more radically leftist” than his father, according to a study of his rhetoric and social media activity.

Republicans have largely condemned Trump’s guilty verdict, with House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) demanding that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and prosecutor Matthew Colangelo testify at a hearing on what he called “the unprecedented political prosecution of President Trump.”